The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 3
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Algona, Iowa
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Thursday, September 19, 1957
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4 Five Birthday Cakes For Otfosen Woman ~" Sev eral ladies Came afternoon to help Mrs Neal Olson celebrated her birthday which was Sept. 15, and brought the lunch, including five birthday cakes. Those attending were Mrs Oscar Olson, Mrs ErJjng, Mrs Warren Hankins and girls, Mrs Asle Bothne, Mrs Duane Bothne and girls. Mrs Opal Cathcart and Mrs Maurice Aasheim of Bode. Sunday supper guests in honor of the occasion were Mrs C. w. Haviland and Miss Altha Haviland of Humboldt, Mr and Mrs Lancelot Johnson and Ralph, Mr and Mrs D4lmer Gonder and Louan of Thor and Janet Haynes of Fort Dodge. Mrs Gonder made the birthday cake for Mrs Olson. She also received greetings via telephone from her brother Kenneth Havila'nd of St. Catherine. Weekend Vbttors , Mr and Mrs Duane Kropf and family of Creston spent the weekend at the Sam Kropf home. On Sunday Mr and Mrs Richard Kropf and family, Mr and .Mrs Duane Kropf and family and Mr and Mrs Sam Kropf attended a family dinner at the Clarence Skattebo home at Wallingford. Progressive Club Meeting The Progressive Club met Saturday at the home of Mrs Earl Olson. Mrs Beverly King wa.« accepted a/ a hew member and Mrs Fred Benjamin of Bradgate was a guest. Pvt. Christenson Address Pvt. Christenson has taken IV basic training at Ft. Chaffee, Ark., $nd since July has been working at a 33i\veek training course in electronics. He would appreciate hearing from friends. His address is Wilhelm K. Christenson, Pvt., 17875868, Company A., U. S. A.rmy Signal Serf Regt., Fort Monmouth, N. J. Oliver Christenson and Mrs Clara Solberg visited Sunday afternoon at the Earl Olson home. Mrs Clara Solberg returned home Thursday after being gone to Clear Lake for two weeks where she had medical treatment. Wanda Jacobson and Conley Daniels, students at Waldorf college, visited their homes over the weekend. Mr and Mrs Earl Olson were callers at the Marlyn Pflibsen home at Bode on Friday evening* to help their daughter, Mrs Pflibsen celebrate her birthday. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson and family visited Mr and Mrs Paul Meyers of West Bend Sunday afternoon. LeRpy Warby, Beverly King and Vickie were Sunday evening callers at the Louis Jacobson home. Mr and Mrs Edward Zinnel and Leslie and Mr and Mrs Roy Telford visited the ladies' aunt, Mrs Mary Hansen at Sexton, Sunday afternoon. Mrs Hansen is 94 years of age. On Sunday, Sept, 8, Mr and Mrs John Nielsen of Ottosen and Mr and Mrs Ray Isaacson of Rolfe attended services at the Trinity Lutheran church at Albert Lea, Minn. Later they visited at the home of the Rev. Fred Jacobsen, who was a former pastor at Rolfe. Mr and Mrs Magnus Bratjand became grandparents for the third time on Sept. 14, when a son weighing over 8 Ibs., was born to Mr and Mrs Sherman Silbaugh of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs , Kermit Fowler were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Anton Anderson of Humboldt. Mr and Mrs Louis Jacobson visited Saturday evening with Mr and Mrs Wallace Underburg at Fort Dodge. Mr and Mrs Percy Watnem and Bruce, and Dorthea Fallesen of Rutland were business callers in Des Moines on Saturday. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher, Ruth and Sara visited relatives at Nashua on -Sunday. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and Edwin visited with their daughter and husband, Mr and Mr? Paul Berninghaus of Algona on Sunday afternoon. Mr and i Mrs Victor Banwart and Mr and Mrs Irvin Mogler were pot luck dinner guests on Sunday evening at the home of Ernest Kellenberger of West Bend. Rev. H. E. Mountain attended a pastoral conference at Dun- come on Monday. Mr and Mrs Donald Usher, Ruth and Sara visited relatives at Nashua on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Antone Speich and Edwin visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Paul Berninghaus of Algona on Sunday afternoon. Lyle Waechter spent the weekend at Cedar Rapids where he visited Marvin Dahlhauser and Arland Speich. Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford were dinner guests Sunday at the John Vinaas home. Omitted last week from the list of those attending college was Charles Lovig. He is a sophomore transfer student from the University of Wisconsin at Madison to the University of Iowa. He is taking a pre-medical course. Mr and Mrs Ponald Larson had the following dinner guests o« Sunday, to celebrate the birthdays of their daughter, Mrs Ralph Jacobson. and Ronald Vinaas, whose birthdays were Sept. 14. Attending were Mr and Mrs Ralph Jacobson, and family, Mr and Mrs Conrad Johnson and son, Ronald Vinaas and Mr and Mrs John Larson of West Bend. Sunday afternoon callers at the W. H. Wehrspann home were Mr and Mrs Henry Krueger of West Bend. Mr and Mrs W. G. Cooper left Saturday for Lincoln, Neb., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs Howard, Klein and family. ' They will celebrate the birthdays of Mr Cooper and Mrs Klein on Sept. 18. Mr and Mrs Cooper plan to vacation a few days through the state of Nebraska and come home the latter part of the week. Mr and Mrs Melvin Manguson and Kenneth of Milroy, Minn. r nt Saturday overnight at the G. Cooper home where they visited Mrs Helen Campbell. They attended the wedding of Evonne Thompson and Farrell Cooper near Humboldt on Sunday. Mr and Mrs Bernard" Coyle and family of Bode were dinner guests at the Mike Coyle home on Sunday. Sunday afternoon visitors at the Eugene Hofius home were Mr and Mrs Jess Hohenstein of Amboy, Minn., and Mr and Mrs Alf Lee and family of Stratford. Keith Strayef of Algona and Mrs Clarence Bauer were rtiorn- ing callers. Mr and Mrs Oliver Lee and Terry visited at the Harry Dasen home at Bode on Sunday eVe- - ^ Mrs Arnold Maxwell of Dows and Mrs Harry Dasen of Bode visited Monday afternoon at the Oliver Lee home. / Mr and Mrs Merle Holt and family spent Sunday evening with Mr and Mfs Earl Chambers at Corwith. Saturday night supper guests at ihe Carroll Olson home were Mr and Mrs Earl Osborn and Bruce of Cylinder. Sunday dinner guests were Mr and Mrs Tom Olson and Nels Olson ot West Bend. Mrs Dale Struthers of Wesley was pleasantly surprised on her birthday on Friday evening when Mrs Albert Thorsen, Mrs Dorothy Hundertmark, Mrs Charles Welter, Mrs Clem Ludwig, and Mrs Joe Leitl came to help her celebrate. Mr and Mrs Leslie Edwards and family were Sunday supper guests at the Mike Frohling home. Mr and Mrs O. W. Thomas of Ft. Dodge were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mr and Mrs Raymond Wehrspann. Charlie Wagner Moves to Minn. Mr and Mrs Charlie Wagner left Monday for their new home at Belgrade, Minn., where they have purchased 491 acres of land. Mr Wagner will farm 331 acres while Vern Scobba farms the other 160 acres. The Scobba family, also of Algona v will be Thursday, Sept. 19, 1957 Algona (la.) Upper DM Molnn-1 moving up there in another month. Mrs Wagner and Mrs Scobba are sisters. The Wagners have lived in Algona for 30 years during which time Charlie became a well-known tiler and ditch digger. He was also an unsuccessful candidate for the mayor's office in a recent city election. Mr Wagner has been up to his farm doing work on it for some time. The farm is located about 230 miles north of Algona. Relatives held a surprise farewell party at the Wagner home Tuesday, Sept. 10. Michael and Annie Wagner, nephew and niece, instigated the party which included 38 guests who brought their own lunch. A cash gift was presented the couple. Three sisters and a friend of Mrs Wagner honored her at a party Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 11, at the Wagner home. Hostesses were Mrs Fred Gronbacn, Mrs Anna Scobba, Mrs John Helmers and Mrs Cecil Taylor and their families. tr it's HEWS ~ we WANT it FASTCO OLEO 2 " Fresh Ground From Juicy Tender Beef Hamburger STARKIST f UNA (Ground Beef) 3 POUNDS 99c SELECT QUALITY LEAN - SWEET SMOKED SWIFTS PREMIUM SLICED Bacon FASTCO Cream HALF GALLON One Lb. Pkg. 4 CANS FOR $ 1 SKINLESS WEINERS 43* SUNSHINE KRISPY Crackers SLICED LARGE BOLOGNA LB. 45C MA BROWN Strawberry Preserves 4 "™ 98$ OCEAN PERCH FILLETS L IBS. 1 59 TASTE OF SEA FILLET of HADDOCK 390 AGAIN WE OFFER RENWICK, IOWA LONGHORN Kleenex Hunts LB. 49C CATSUP PRICES EFFECTIVE THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY HB ^_^___^_^ MM __ H ^^^ | ^^^ | ^ B .._^ M __ M ^^^^ ^. HM|MM __ HM _ HMM _._ H .. MM ._^_^ M ^ H ^^^^^^^_^_ 14,oz. bottle Great Northern BEANS... 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